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1846 Grand National

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1846 Grand National
Grand National
Location Aintree
Date 4 March 1846
Winning horse Pioneer
Starting price 200/10
Jockey William Taylor
Owner Mr. Adams
Conditions Good (good to firm in places)
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Finishing order

Position Name Rider Age Weight Starting Price Distance or Fate
Winner Pioneer William Taylor 6 11-12 200/10 Three lengths
Second Culverthorpe H Rackley 11-12 12/1 Three lengths
Third Switcher Denny Wynne 5 12-04 7/1
Fourth Firefly Larry Byrne 7 12-04 6/1
Fifth Eagle Captain William Peel 5 11-12 25/1 Last to finish
Non finishers
Major A W Blake 6 10-06 25/1 Finished sixth but may not have jumped the whole course
Pickwick James Daly 6 10-10 Not quoted Finished seventh but may not have jumped the whole course
After final fence Veluti Jem Mason 6 11-08 11/2 favourite Broke down, pulled up
Second circuit Peter Simple John Frisby 12 11-10 100/6 Fell while leading
Second circuit Golden Pippin Charles Nainby 7 11-12 12/1 Bolted
Second circuit Perambulator Neptune Stagg 6 10-08 16/1 Pulled up
Second circuit Cure-All William Loft 8 12-04 16/1 Pulled up
Second circuit Regalia Thomas Doolan 11-12 Not quoted Fell
Second circuit Troubadour Gibbon B Rammell 14 11-06 Not quoted Fell
Second circuit Carlow Tom Olliver 11-04 Not quoted Fell
Second circuit Brenda Horatio Powell 9 11-04 100/6 Fell
Second circuit Tinderbox C Daly 11-04 Not quoted Fell
First circuit Lady Grey E Thomas 6 10-00 Not quoted Fell
Crossing Anchor bridge on the first circuit Lancet William McDonough 5 11-00 10/1 Brought down by a mounted spectator
Before Becher’s Brook, first circuit Mameluke Alan McDonough 10-12 10/1 collided with Hornihihharriho and fell
Before Becher’s Brook, first circuit Hornihiharriho H Lee-Carter 11-00 Not quoted Collided with Mameluke and fell
Fence One The Scavenger Henry? Bradley 6 10-02 Not quoted Refused